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Hi James,

Thanks for asking! There are lots of things we can work on:

* Attending local events to talk about LibreOffice / have a booth (we at TDF can provide materials) -- this is especially useful, as more in-person events are now becoming possible

* Creating flyers and posters for these events

* Reaching out to local politicians and organisations, to let them know about the benefits of FOSS and LibreOffice (Italo has some presentations that are useful here)

* Creating videos to demonstrate features in LibreOffice, and tutorials, like Harald B. from our German community does:

* Creating infographics for social media

* Looking at how our websites can be improved with SEO, to catch the attention of people searching for other office tools

* And indeed, anything else that comes to mind :-)


On 06.03.22 16:25, James Harking wrote:
Hi all,

There hasn't been much activity on this mailing list in a while. Is there
any upcoming activities planned that could be supported by the recipients
or topics to improve the reach of LibreOffice?

Kind regards,


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